|Introduction||Dear UCL Students, welcome to this part of the site. You're always welcome in theatres at any of the sites. If you'd like to come outside of your conventional times just email us!|
|We provide||Teaching for medical students in anaesthesia, resuscitation, critical care, pain and perioperative medicine.|
UCLH: Rob Stephens in MBBS SSC (year 6) and MBBS NC4 (year 4) modules
Whittington: Basil Almahdi
The leads above- if you're studying at UCL
Education fellows Dr Abigail Whiteman in the first instance (look at the bottom of the linked page!)
Our Junior Education Fellow for 2014-2015 Dr Alex Maini (aanmaini[at]gmail.com) is leading a project for MBBS year 4 and 6 education!
If you're a UCL med student and want to come to theatre- just email the folks above - or- just come!
Thank you to final years Adam Julius and Artaza Gilani who started and ran the Practical teaching course for year 4's.
More coming soon on our Youtube channel
Introduction to Pain Pathways
Recognising the Critically Ill Patient
Conduct of Anaesthesia
Mechanism of Acute Pain
Acid base and ABG interpretation
Acute airway obstruction
Introduction to Inotropes and Vasopressors
Introduction to Cardiopulmonary Exercise ('CPEx') testing
Thanks to all contributors!
|MBBS year 4||Download your workbook. Coming to theatre: Download the Schedule at UCLH|
MBBS year 6
Advice from previous year 6 SSC students
Download the Schedule at UCLH for coming to theatre
RFH: Download your workbook coming soon!- Dr Jane Lowery
FY1 checklist pilot- By Drs Amour and Soram Patel
|Funding||The Centre for Anaesthesia often has free places for a limited number of UCLH, RFH and Whittington students to attend it's courses. The Association of Anaesthetists award some Prizes and Elective awards.|
files to download
Welcome all students! Please feel free to use these files. Do contact Dr Rob Stephens if you have any suggestions
Basics of anaesthesia: diagrams, handout & lecture
Oxygen delivery and consumption (more advanced)
Please contact robcmstephens[at]goolemail.com to obtain the password to this FY-1 stage document. The MBBS year 4 booklet is higher up the page